Help Your Skin, Help Their Skin with Retrospect’s Initiative


What better time to be a Good Samaritan than during the holiday season? Retrospect is making it easier than ever to lend a helping hand – plus reward yourself too with great products! Retrospect just launched a new initiative called Help your skin, help their skin, which supports children in need living with the rare genetic disease, Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). EB causes skin to be so fragile that even the slightest friction can result in severe internal and external blistering. Skin actually becomes as delicate as the wings of a butterfly; hence the nickname: “Butterfly Children”. While there is no cure, the current treatment for EB is daily wound care and bandaging, plus preventative measures like staying indoors and not enjoying normal activities like other children.

While there are still many strides to be made in EB care, Replicine™ Functional Keratin® is the core technology behind the ground breaking would care product keragelT™. By healing the wounds faster and making the skin more robust/ less likely to blister, keragelT™ is significantly improving the quality of life of families living with EB.

Replicine™ Functional Keratin® is the key ingredient behind all Retrospect products and every time a one of their products are purchased, the company will donate keragelT™ to families throughout the world who are unable to access funded health care. Your skin care purchases from Retrospect’s advanced cosmeceutical line of cutting edge formulas will make a great difference in the life of a family dealing with this rare connective tissue disorder.

For more information on how you can donate or learn, visit the Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa Research Association of America’s website: Let’s help our skin, help their skin with Retrospect!

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